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Project Planning Your Job Search 9-11 AM
January 19 @ 9:00 am - 11:00 am$5.00
Project Planning Your Job Search with Paul Cecala from New Jersey at the Tuesday Speaker Meeting and Networking with Drew Braun and Nancy Moyer from 9-11 AM.
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Are you stuck and don’t know what to do next? Do you ever have trouble getting motivated to start your search in the morning? Are you not getting the results you want from your resume or networking? Are you frustrated, ready to quit your search? Maybe a buddy to lean on will help keep the motivation going and give you the important feedback you need to keep on track, be more productive and find success in your search. Learn the “hands-on” steps needed to find and successfully utilize a Work Search Buddy.
Paul Cecala, a Five O’Clock Club Certified Career Coach, has been coaching since 1999 and assisted over 3000people in either changing careers or starting their professional lives. He has worked for several post-secondary career schools as Director of Career Services specializing in Biotech/pharmaceutical careers, Green Economy jobs, aviation, allied health, IT and general administrative professions. He has also worked as a program manager for lifelong learning and workforce development training at Fairleigh Dickinson University and County College of Morris. Additionally, he helped develop the jobsearch training process for several NJ Department of Labor sponsored job search groups.
As a student of the job search process he finds particular interest in project planning a job search, networking, and securing offers from the interview. Paul has presented over 600 seminars on topics ranging from career pathing to interview follow-up for organizations including schools like Lincoln Technical Schools, Centenary College, FloridaInstitute of Technology, University of Connecticut and Embry RiddleAeronautical University; networking and job search groups like the professional services Group and Princeton Job Seekers; and social clubs like MontclairDivorce Support Group and Out Professionals of NYC.
Paul has a BS in Psychology from Florida Institute of Technology. Prior to career coaching, he had a long career in corporate aviation sales. His final position in this arena was VicePresident of Aircraft Charter Sales for a nation-wide industry leader.
AREAS OF EXPERTISE
Networking tips that get you to the Hiring Manager
Creating a JobSearch Project Plan that garners results
Writing resumes focused on your career goals
Interviewing techniques that lead to job offers
Transitioning to sustainable and environmental-related careers
Certified Career Coach – The Five O’Clock Club Guild of Career Coaches
Coord. of Career & ProfessionalPrograms & Adjunct Faculty – County College of Morris, NJ
Manager of Career Services Departments of several career schools
Sr. Employment Counselor – Morris County Office Employment & Training Services
More than 600 Job Search workshops taught to over 300 people
A decade of job coaching expertise
Extensive expertise in sustainability, pharmaceutical, healthcare, IT, aviation, general business, and management
Focus on diversity employment issues
BS– Psychology from Florida Institute of Technology